Definition of cantilever lifting frame

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cantilever lifting frame

'cantilever lifting frame' is an military term meaning '(DOD) Used to move Navy lighterage causeway systems on to and off of lighter aboard ship (LASH) vessels. This device is suspended from the Morgan LASH barge crane and can lift one causeway section at a time. It is designed to allow the long sections to clear the rear of the ship as they are lowered into the water. Also called CLF. See also causeway; lighterage'.

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